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US News Brexit: Brussels urges UK to drop “unacceptable” bill

15:15  22 september  2020
15:15  22 september  2020 Source:   90min.com

Brexit: Theresa May accuses the government of threatening "the integrity of the United Kingdom"

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on Wednesday to drop the " unacceptable " Brexit demands she said could rip Britain apart, and urged the bloc to respond in kind to her "serious and workable" May has shown little sign of moving away from her Brexit plan, shrugging off criticism not only from Brussels but also at home over her

Brexit : Bruxelles exhorte le Royaume-Uni à abandonner son projet de loi “inacceptable” © Pixabay Brexit: Brussels urges UK to drop “unacceptable” bill European Union (EU) urges United Kingdom to give up revisiting the Brexit agreement, especially as time is running out to reach an agreement on relations between the two blocs.

While the negotiations between London and Brussels drag on the front of their post-Brexit relations and the risk of no deal is more than ever on the table, the European Union is raising its tone. Brussels urges UK to withdraw 'unacceptable' bill calling into question some of its Brexit commitments, arguing that 'time is running out' to agree on a trade deal before year end . "The (British) internal market bill worries us a lot because it violates the guiding principles of the Withdrawal Agreement (sealing the departure of the United Kingdom). It is totally unacceptable to us", recalled the Minister. German responsible for European affairs, Michael Roth, before a meeting with his European counterparts. Discussions are so far deadlocked .

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Brussels is already demanding a bumper Brexit bill payout from the Britain, expected to be up to £90 billion, which it says is required to cover budget commitments the UK has already signed up to. These stretch to the end of the current multi-annual financial framework (MFF), a

The UK was the only country to abstain in a vote on the issue by EU member states on Wednesday. Britain and the EU reached a historic deal on December 8 on the terms of the Brexit divorce after the British Prime "Linking this technical dossier with institutional issues is extraneous and unacceptable .

"Dear friends in London, please: finished playing. Time is running out. What we really need is a fair basis to continue negotiations" on the future trade relationship, he said. he launched in English. London angered Europeans by presenting a bill, currently under consideration in the British Parliament, which partially returns to the agreement signed in January with the 27 to frame its exit from the European Union, which amounts to his own admission to a violation of international law.

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The text contradicts in particular special arrangements made for Northern Ireland, in order to avoid a return to a border with the Republic of Ireland which could weaken the 1998 peace agreement that ended three decades of violence. "We will not renegotiate" the withdrawal agreement, hammered Tuesday the vice-president of the European Commission, Maros Sefcovic. "We are determined to implement it fully and on time - no more and no less." The Slovak commissioner underlined that a meeting of the "joint committee" on the implementation of this agreement, which he co-chairs with the Briton Michael Gove, would be held on September 28 in Brussels.

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Bank Tariffs comparator Very controversial within the conservative majority, the bill of Prime Minister Boris Johnson, which entrusts the United Kingdom alone with power - supposed to be shared with Europeans - to take certain decisions in Northern Ireland, however received the initial approval of the deputies last week. MPs will vote again on the bill next week, before it goes to "Lords" in the upper house of parliament for weeks of in-depth review.

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The UK officially left the EU on January 31, but continues to apply EU rules until December 31, a period of transition during which London and Brussels hope to agree on a trade agreement governing their future relationship. The next official round of negotiations on this agreement is due to take place in Brussels the week of September 28.

Why will the next session of the European Parliament take place in Brussels and not in Strasbourg? .
© Sipa As in September, the President of the European Parliament, David Sassoli, has indicated that the next session, from October 5 to 8, will take place in Brussels and not in Strasbourg. The resurgence of the Covid-19 epidemic in France is highlighted. The next session will take place in Brussels and not in Strasbourg. The President of the European Parliament, David Sassoli, announced it earlier this week. From October 5 to 8, MEPs will meet in the Belgian capital and not in France.

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